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Name  Simon Cooper
Role  Banker

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Education  University of Cambridge

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Simon Cooper is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Standard Chartered's Corporate and Institutional Banking division, the group's largest global business with approximately $8.6 billion in revenue. Simon was previously with HSBC for 26 years where he held a number of senior roles.

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Simon was born in Leicester, England. He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a MA in Law and is an alumnus of the Columbia Business School.

Standard Chartered Bank (2016-present)

On 17 December 2015, Standard Chartered Bank announced the appointment of Simon Cooper to head its Corporate and Institutional Banking business, effective April 2016. Based in Singapore, Simon is responsible for the Group's largest business, which includes International Corporates, Financial Institutions, Transaction Banking, Corporate Finance and Financial Markets.

Simon is a member of the Bank’s Group Management Team.

HSBC Group (1989-2016)

Simon joined HSBC in 1989 as a director in Corporate Finance with the HSBC Group in London, Hong Kong and Singapore. During his 26 years with the bank, he held a number of senior roles and most recently was the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive, Global Commercial Banking.

Prior to that Simon was the Chief Executive Officer of HSBC Bank Middle East Limited in May 2009. He was appointed a Group General Manager of HSBC in May 2008 where he was responsible for the HSBC Group’s business in the MENA region. Simon was also a Board member of HSBC Bank Middle East Limited (Deputy Chairman), HSBC Bank Egypt S.A.E. (Chairman), HSBC Bank Oman SAOG (Chairman) and The Saudi British Bank.

Other roles which Simon held at HSBC include President & CEO HSBC Korea, Managing Director and Head of Corporate & Investment Banking in Singapore and Deputy Chief Executive and Head of Corporate & Investment Banking in HSBC Thailand.

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